Edam armed robbery co-accused in court

It was a brief court appearance Friday for one of two individuals charged in connection to an armed robbery and break and enter near Edam.

Fraser Kane Littlewolfe of Thunderchild First Nation appeared by closed-circuit TV Friday morning in North Battleford provincial court. He remains in custody and his matters have been adjourned to Aug. 20, again to appear by CCTV.

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He faces several counts including break and enter and committing a robbery, wearing a disguise, forcible confinement and a number of firearms charges in connection to the Jan. 18, 2018 incident. Co-accused Joel Daniel Dillon of Onion Lake has already entered guilty pleas in the case and he is due to be sentenced in Queen’s Bench court in October.  

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